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Criminal Defense Attorney in Pittsburgh, PA

Do You Have A Criminal Defense Case We Can Help With?

When you need a legal advocate to help you fight criminal charges, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer by your side. Leonard J. Berger, Jr. helps those around Pittsburgh, PA, who are facing investigation or prosecution in Central and Western Pennsylvania. When you’re accused of a crime, your family, reputation, job, and livelihood are all at stake. With the proper legal representation, you don’t have to worry. We understand all criminal laws and can uphold them at trial. We understand you’re stressed out and we will do everything we can legally be possible to get you the results you deserve.

Criminal Defense Pittsburgh, PA

What type of criminal cases we fight?

Leonard J. Berger, Jr. has years of experience helping individuals fight charges associated with theft, violent crimes, traffic violations, sex crimes, drug charges, and even DUI. During a consultation, he can learn about your charges and answer your questions about the legal process ahead. He can also give you realistic expectations for the outcome of your case. He has the skills and experience necessary to properly represent you during this stressful time. He will fight for your rights and work to have your charges reduced or dismissed in Central and Western Pennsylvania court.

Our approach to criminal charges

We aggressively represent our clients in the best way we can. Our experienced and dedicated legal team can help you obtain the results you’re looking for. We respect due process through every stage and work diligently to support you throughout the entire legal process, no matter how long it takes.

The court must prove your case to a jury beyond a reasonable doubt in order to secure a conviction. “Beyond a reasonable doubt” means that jurors have what is referred to as a “moral certainty” in which the only explanation based on the facts is the alleged offender committed the crime.

The prosecution must prove this for every element of its case. Criminal charges have multiple elements. For example, when a person is charged with possession with intent to deliver, prosecutors must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the alleged offender not only had actual or constructive possession of an illegal substance, but also intended to sell or distribute. Failure to prove either beyond a reasonable doubt means the jury must acquit or declare you not guilty.

Schedule a legal consultation to discuss criminal defense today

When you want to learn more about the legal services we offer, contact our Pittsburgh, PA criminal attorney for more information. Leonard J. Berger, Jr. will listen to you discuss your criminal charges and answer any questions you have about the process ahead. To schedule this important meeting today, call his law office at 412-498-1929.

If you or your loved one has been charged with a criminal offense, a DUI or been involved in any accident , you should immediately call Attorney Leonard J. Berger, Jr. today at 412-498-1929